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Man's new role as neither the worshipper nor the destroyer
Man's new role as neither the worshipper nor the destroyer of animals, but as a kind of governess, is beset by dangers, and often reminds one of charity in the nineteenth century. What is needed is not simply animal sanctuaries and extensive zoos, but a total change in our attitude of mind. We must recognize that the faculty of speech, which has given us power over those fellow creatures whom we once recognized as brothers, must carry with it a proper measure of responsibility. ... we can regain that feeling of kinship which will help us establish a feeling of the unity of creation. It is a faith we all may share.
Kenneth Clark, Animals and Men. Reprinted by permission of William Morrow and Company, Inc.
Roberta Gail Dever
Carol Rose Kelling
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Richard Charles Hix
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Lizabeth Hermine Furst
Shirley Mary Nicholson
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Face to face with the law of God
William E. Moody
Udai B. Hoffberg
It has been so many years since my first published testimony that...
Lorraine G. Laule with contributions from Russell G. Laule
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with contributions from JOHN H. HOAGLAND